Defence Expert Witness Services
Expert analysis and interpretation of prosecution digital evidence.
The expert analysis and interpretation of digital evidence has become increasingly important to legal counsel as more information has become digitised.
Forensic Instinct’s digital forensics experts are leaders in our field. We have produced outstanding results in literally hundreds of cases, and our experts have extensive testimony experience, advanced training, and certifications. We bring experience from both Law Enforcement and the Private Sector.
Forensic Instinct’s computer forensic expert witness services include the following:
Our expert consultants will perform a detailed analysis of the prosecution evidence using court-approved tools and techniques in a forensically sound and defensible manner.
All of our expert reports are clear and concise with executive summaries focusing on the defence solicitor’s instructions, written in a way that helps guide the defence team through the evidence. We are happy to deliver our findings within very tight deadlines and where required, attend court as expert witness.
Our experienced expert consultants can attend court and deliver expert opinion in relation to complex digital evidence.
File Opening / Creation
Deleted File or File Knowledge
We have extensive experience across a broad range of criminal cases and civil disputes. These include:
Our digital forensic analysts are leaders in our field. We have produced outstanding results in literally hundreds of cases, and our experts have extensive testimony experience, advanced training, and certifications. We bring experience from both Law Enforcement and the Private Sector.
Forensic Instinct experts are trained and follow the practices outlined in the HB 171-2003 Guidelines for the management of IT evidence by Standards Australia. This document is primarily for investigative community and serves as the main guide to setting standards for Australian courts. As such, this sets the levels of expectations that digital evidence must meet as exhibits for consideration by the Judge and Jury.